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has been cited by the following article:
- TITLE: The U.S.-Israeli Strategic Alliance: How the United States Is Contributing to a “Disappearing” Palestine
- AUTHORS: Denise De Garmo
- KEYWORDS: Palestine, Israel, Jordan Valley, United States, Ballistic Missiles
JOURNAL NAME: Open Journal of Political Science
Jan 07, 2016
- ABSTRACT: This paper examines the implications of the U.S.-Israeli strategic alliance on the proposed “two state solution”. This alliance has its roots in common values and mutuality of national interests, interests that have produced intelligence sharing, technology transfer, and military assistance between the U.S. and Israel. These exchanges have led to extensive U.S. support of Israel’s militarization in the Jordan Valley. It is also this strategic alliance that serves to support the continued annexation of the West Bank while diminishing future attempts at reaching a proposed “two state solution”.